Broadcaster Mike Hayes brings the media buzz of national broadcast radio to showcase hot crowdfunding products as consumers tips while simultaneously enabling entrepreneurs to pitch their idea before millions worldwide. The program will be syndicated on “Big Time” broadcast radio under the name “Crowdfunding Intelligence: The Hot Perks and the Hot Picks Show”.
San Francisco, CA, January 21, 2014 – A new broadcast radio show produced by veteran radio host Mike Hayes called “Crowdfunding Intelligence: The Hot Perks and the Hot Picks Show” will showcase hot crowdfunding products as consumer tips. “Perks” are what entrepreneurs call to the products they are pre-selling to consumers on crowdfunding platforms. “Picks” are the projects selected by the show as “most likely to succeed” in crowdfunding platforms thanks to the financial boost start-up entrepreneurs need to produce the Perks they offer. “On this show, everyday shoppers will learn about new products and ideas, which they can barely even imagine, and that are just waiting to explode on the scene when they pre-buy them helping to bring them to life,” Hayes commented.
Crowdfunding Intelligence is syndicated on “Big Time” broadcast radio. Millions of people have been waking up to Doug Stephan’s Good Day Program every week while SportsBylineUSA also is heard by millions of sports fans across the US and globally on Armed Forces radio. Mike Hayes’ radio show about Crowdfunding Success Stories has been on the air for almost three years now. Mike’s new Crowdfunding Intelligence show launched on Doug Stephan’s Program to reach to the morning drive listeners and now the show is expanding to SportsBylineUSA gaining wider audience in the US and on Armed Forces radio worldwide.
“I believe the top crowdfunding portals like Indiegogo, KickStarter, RocketHub, Pubslush, TubeStart and now AsSeenOnTV are the new online shopping malls for consumers looking for the coolest products to come out of America’s garages and see them before anyone else,” explained Hayes “what a simple concept it is for consumers to pre-order products that are not yet fully produced a few months in advance, in order to give entrepreneurs the time and funding needed to produce them and get a ‘leg-up’ on the American Dream at the same time. And this is one of the best parts of our showcase process: every time a new product or idea is spotlighted on our radio shows, we also distribute a press release about it on Global Communication Leader’s international publishing platform expanding our reach to journalists worldwide, and we do it because I think of crowdfunding like a global sport.”
The show’s global press releases will offer quick tip information about the hottest perks consumers can find, along with directions to the crowdfunding portals where to find them online. These crowdfunders’ ideas are just amazing because they provide simple inexpensive solutions to everyday problems. Every time a new product gets funded they are also likely to create new jobs, even if only for the product’s producers. It only takes one right media placement to send a product on its way to success. The mission of the show is to produce broadcast programming that promotes more public awareness about crowdfunding by providing more pre-shopper information and helping entrepreneurs create more American jobs to export globally. “What a human interest story that makes,” said Hayes.
Readers wishing to learn more can visit Crowdfunding Intelligence.com and discover also The Simple PreCrowdfunding MEGA Money Method describing the lessons learned from hundreds of crowdfunding campaigners about the money making power of global media publicity, especially in the age of digital communication.
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